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Christopher Reynolds

Christopher Reynolds

Personal Injury attorney serving the Tampa Bay Area - Call 727-249-8815
  • Personal Injury
  • Florida
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Summary

Born and raised in Tampa Bay, Mr. Reynolds actively litigates all types of personal injury cases, including automobile accidents and slip and fall accidents.

Practice Area
  • Personal Injury
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
Chris Reynolds Law
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Attorney
Corless Barfield Trial Group
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Attorney
Winters & Yonker
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Education
Stetson University College of Law
J.D. (2006)
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Honors: Cum Laude
Activities: Law Review
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Eckerd College
B.A. (2001) | Political Science
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Awards
AV Rated
Martindale Hubble
AV peer review rated on Martindale Hubble
Law Review Write On Competition
Stetson University College of Law
Write-on competition winner.
Professional Associations
American Associaiton for Justice
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Florida Justice Associaiton
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Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association
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Hillsborough County Bar Association
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St. Petersburg Bar Association
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Clearwater Bar Association
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Stetson Law Review Volume 35, Number 1, Fall 2005
Stetson Law Review
Speaking Engagements
Miranda Anniversary, Law Day, Pinellas County, Florida
Pinellas County School Board
Teaching multiple schools about Miranda laws.
Legal Answers
13 Questions Answered

Q. I need to find out if i have a negligence case against a police station , vehicle broke down and i was found in
A: You might have a problem proving what you think might have happened, but if you do believe that is what occurred, you should definitely call a local attorney and discuss whether or not you have grounds for starting legal action. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
Q. Driving in my lane and a bicycle is next to me no bike lane and he states my truck mirror hit his elbow. No cops or ins.
A: Call your insurance company and let them handle it. They will get to the bottom of it. Best of luck to you. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
Q. Can I sue a hotel for their valets physically attacking my car after I struck parked vehicles?
A: You can always sue, but whether or not you would win is another matter. It does sound like you may have instigated the events, so it may be a difficult lawsuit. I would contact a local attorney and discuss the details and see what the attorney advises. Best of luck to you. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
Q. I have a very large, ugly scar on my wrist as the result of a wart removal and subsequent staph infection.
A: You might have a claim for the scarring. Call a local medical malpractice attorney and discuss the details to see what options you have. Basically, if the dermatologist did anything wrong and that caused the scar, you definitely have a claim. Generally, there is a 2 year statute of limitations in Florida for medical malpractice claims. Best of luck to you. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
Q. What is the break down percentage wise... in a three car accident where vehicle 1 is found 100% at fault.
A: That's a tricky one to answer without more information. Some owners might have to go through their own collision coverage if there is not enough property damage coverage for all the damage. Please call a local personal injury attorney to discuss the details so you get a fair result for both the vehicle damage and the injury claim. Best of luck to you.
Q. Can I sue a school that allowed my daughter to be sexually assaulted by another student while the teacher watched.
A: Please contact an attorney soon. You can definitely file a lawsuit for this awful situation, as long as it isn't past the statute of limitations. Please contact a local attorney soon that can advise you how to proceed.
Q. Can you still go after someone even if they have bodily injury coverage? (I don’t have under insured motorist)
A: Yes you can pursue someone legally even if they do not have insurance or do not have enough insurance. However, the better question is whether it is worth it to go after such a person, as not everyone is collectible (e.g., not everyone has money to pay you). For example, if the person has millions of dollars in bank accounts and assets (such as multiple homes, vehicles, etc.), then you could sue the person and get a judgment and then collect that judgment. However, most people don't have any savings at all, so even if you got a large jury verdict against them, you wouldn't likely ever collect on that judgment/verdict because the person has no money. Accordingly, in the vast majority of situations, your best avenue will be to pursue whatever insurance is available. Best of luck to you.
Q. Is the homeowner responsible for his daughters dog injuring me in Florida?
A: You can definitely make a claim against the owner of the dog. Claims against the homeowner are a bit more complicated if the homeowner is not the owner of the dog. Generally, if the homeowner knows that the dog is on the property and permits the dog to be on the property, the homeowner might be liable for injuries caused by the dog. As you were working, I would guess that you have had a worker's compensation claim for these injuries, but you can also have a personal injury claim against the dog owner and possibly the homeowner. Contact a local personal injury attorney to discuss your options. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
Q. I was hit but someone on a bicycle and they were deemed at fault are they required to pay for my damages?
A: If you can prove that the bicyclist was at fault and caused you damage, then yes, the bicyclist would be responsible for your damages. Of course, the bicyclist would have to have money or insurance that would cover your damages, otherwise you wouldn't get anything. Contact a local personal injury attorney for personalized advice. Please be advised that these communications do not create an attorney-client relationship, that matters have state-specific statutes of limitations, and that these answers are for general information purposes only. You should speak with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific answers.
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7178 Seminole Blvd
Seminole, FL, USA
Telephone: (727) 777-7737
Fax: (727) 873-0986